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Viticulture in Italy dates back to the highest antiquity. The Romans, and before them the Etruscans, cultivated vines. The Greeks had given the territory the nickname Œnotria, meaning the land of wine (a name more specific to Calabria, then a Greek colony). Today's vineyards extend throughout the Italian regions from Valle d'Aosta to Sicily. Italy is now, according to the OIV, the world leader in wine production in terms of volume.

First known for its reds, it stands out for wines that are significantly more tannic and structured than their French or even Swiss...


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